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Thai Boxing in Bangkok (Muay Thai)

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Thai Boxing in Bangkok (Muay Thai)

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Tour duration: 4 hrs.

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The vicious styles of Thai boxing, which utilizes almost every part of the body to fend off an opponent, is what makes the sport unique from world boxing. Boxers are allowed to punch, kick, shove, and push by using their feet, legs, fists, knees, and elbows to attack the opponent above, as well as below the waist.

Before the start of any match, each boxer performs a pre-fight ceremony to honor and show respect for their trainers, religion, and the sport itself. The ceremony involves a special kind of dance, accompanied by strident Thai boxing music, and the shouts of gamblers in the stands, betting on the outcome.

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How to get to Thai Boxing Stadium:

Ratchadamnoen Stadium: Located on Ratchadamnoen Nok Road, near Khao Sarn Road, the best way to get to the stadium is by taxi.
Lumpini Stadium: From the MRT (Lumpini Station), the stadium should be on your left hand side. Once at the stadium, please look for a staff wearing a red vest.

Ratchadamnoen Stadium    


Witness a Muay Thai fight first hand. Originated in Ayutthaya five centuries ago, Muay Thai has garnered worldwide recognition and, today, is a major attraction. In Bangkok, you can watch a match at Lumpini or Ratchadamnoen Boxing Stadium.

Lumpini Stadium    

Every Tuesday and Friday at 6 p.m. and Saturday at 5:00 and 8:30 p.m.